Actor, producer and director Randhir Kapoor feels the OTT boom is surely giving the big screen competition but it can never take away the thrill of viewing on the 70mm silver screen.

“The charisma of cinema can never go…Kal Aaj aur Kal! OTT did create turbulence for theatre but the magic of cinema will stay intact,” says the yesteryear actor who was recently in Lucknow. He will turn 75 in February 2022.

Kapoor further adds, “We have seen the advent of TV and how everyone was glued to it but see the cinema did survive comfortably. Then came video cassette players (VHS player), DVDs and now it’s OTT. I am glad that audiences today have more channels and means of entertainment than we had. We can watch a film on a smart watch too for that matter but none can take away the experience of hero’s entry on the big screen. Besides, cinema is a perfect outing plan with family and…

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